Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Every Stone And Every Star A Tongue

A  L  O  H  A !
 "If not ignored, nature will 
cultivate in the gardener a sense 
of well-being and peace.  
The gardener may find 
deeper meaning in life 
by paying attention to
the parables of the garden.  
Nature teaches quiet lessons. . . "
                Norman H. Hansen







"And every stone and 
every star a tongue,
And every gale of wind 
a curious song.
The Heavens were an oracle, 
and spoke Divinity. . . 
all things did come
With voices and 
instructions..."
                Thomas Traherne, 
                                    Dumbness, 17th Century 



















"Experiencing the present purely 
is being empty and hollow; 
you catch grace as a man fills 
his cup under a waterfall."
                           Annie Dillard


Linking to


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Thank YOU
Friend!
             Fondly, cloudia

14 comments:

Elephant's Child said...

Some of natures lessons are quiet and gentle. And some emphatically are not. She is always worth listening to though.

biebkriebels said...

You caught some very pretty birds out there.

eViL pOp TaRt said...

Those are lovely birds.

Cloudia said...

Thanks dears <3

Lea said...

Beautiful bird photos, and I like the quotes, too!

RedPat said...

Wonderful birds today, Cloudia!

William Kendall said...

What beautiful birds!

Mike said...

I've seen one yellow bird around here and it was a few years ago. It must have been lost.

Teresa said...

Great quotes today!! I also love the way the birds in your pictures seem to be communicating with you.

Karen S. said...

Oh my what a delightful expression in photo #2! It makes my day, as do your quotes.

Jenn Jilks said...

Such lovely birds! Ours are frantic in the wind today! And snow!

Cloudia said...

Each of you brings joy here. Thanks!

Rhodesia said...

Some great shots here, well done. Diane

Cloudia said...

Thanks!